When it came to identifying investment opportunities, Benjamin Graham – considered by many to be the father of value investing – sought out stocks with low price to earnings ratios and low price to book values. However, the author of today’s article notes that Graham “also explained a technique to combine these two metrics into a single number, the Graham Number.” After outlining how to calculate a stock’s Graham Number, the author highlights a number of stocks currently trading below $10 a share that have a Graham Number below 1 – which indicates value. For more, CLICK HERE.
Using The Graham Number Technique To Identify Value Stocks (Such As These Under-$10 Plays)
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